Historical Building Relocatiuon company in the West Midlands

Spring Valley Farm Shropshire


We were appointed to be the main contractor to totally refurbish an existing farmhouse and create a ground floor south facing extension which was disabled compliant. It was a great experience working with the clients to create a property as a retirement home in the most beautiful of settings.

The Farmhouse situated in Shropshire and has the benefit of a state of the art 35kw Wood Pellet Biomass heating system which provides the heating for the main farmhouse and guest lodge.

The instruction was to install underfloor heating in the new extension, a bespoke kitchen with AGA, 7 meter Bifold sliding door system and various Oak doors and frame's to create a wonderful living environment.

The EPDM “rubber” roof has 2 electric velux windows fitted within the structure.

Various other works were completed to include redecoration, re-landscaping and resurfacing of the driveway.

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  • historical building and structure relocation

    Historical Building Translocation& Structure Relocation

    Buildings of historical interest often come under threat from encroaching societal pressures, sometimes caused by urban regeneration, sometimes simpler commercial pressures. In these instances, translocating the building to a new site may be an ideal solution, saving the structure and affording the opportunity to restore a building to its former glory.

    Recording and cataloguing each individual brick, piece of stone, window, door and all other physical features, preserves the accuracy and historical merit of the structure.

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  • specialist building, restoration and construction

    Specialist Building, Restoration & Construction

    Specialist building, restoration and construction is our forte. We have an immense amount of pride in preserving a building's history, yet we understand the demands of modern living.

    We have had the pleasure of working on many distinguished and unique projects.

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